Burglary is a serious felony charge in Arizona. Burglary can be charged as a class 4 felony up to a class 2 felony depending upon the area burglarized. For example, burglary of a home is a class 2 felony. Even a crime as serious as burglary can be set aside or the conviction removed from your record under some circumstances.
If you have successfully completed probation and the underlying offense did not include serious physical injury to a victim or the use or exhibition of a deadly weapon then you may have a good chance of cleaning up your record and moving forward.
There are other restrictions and details that are necessary in order to process a motion to set aside your conviction. If you want a fresh start, you can start by contacting an attorney to review your case and help you clean up your past.
“Contact Arizona criminal defense attorney, Jeremy Geigle, to learn more about burglary. Jeremy can be reached directly at (480) 818-9943.